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Photographer Uses 3D Objects as Film

Rather than use ordinary film to capture 2D images, photographer ShiKai Tseng shoots using 3D objects as film. After painting the objects with Liquid Light to make them light-sensitive, he uses a specially designed pinhole camera to expose them to light from all directions. It’s a pretty neat way to decorate things like vases (which he demonstrates in the above video), though scanning the pictures for the web might be a bit tricky…

(via Photoxels)


Update: You can see some of his finished works here.


 
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  • http://www.abhinavbhatt.com AB

    Awesome indeed.

  • http://www.abhinavbhatt.com AB

    Awesome indeed.

  • http://www.abhinavbhatt.com AB

    Awesome indeed.

  • http://www.abhinavbhatt.com AB

    Awesome indeed.

  • Michael

    Wow, that was really cool. Artistic Innovation.

  • Bushdo

    Wonderful!  I like the idea, I like the video, and now I want to see some more examples!  This reminds me a bit of a project I did where I used a projector to project and image onto an object and then photograph that object.  I love these inspirational posts!